Canada join the Springboks and the All Blacks in Group B.
Can parents and grandparents join family members in Canada? The short answer is ‘Yes’.
Canada has become just the second country after Uruguay to completely legalise the use of marijuana on a recreational basis.
Canada’s Express Entry immigration system is the country’s flagship system for those who want to move to Canada.
Lindiwe Sisulu represented South Africa in the world’s first-ever women foreign ministers’ meeting that was held in Montreal, Canada on 21 September.
Welcome to the club, South Africa. After a year-long wait, dagga was legalised for personal use. Here are the other pro-weed countries.
He was just 17 when he packed up and left the country. But what motivated Elon Musk to blaze a trail across the Atlantic?
Watch the viral video of ‘Batman’, dressed in full crime-fighting regalia, jumping out of his Batmobile and speaking to a police officer.
When you see the Arctic circle on fire, you know you’ve got a problem.
“Stay there, beary” – The immortal wisdom of Saffas talking a bear out of killing them.
PM Justin Trudeau says more countries are set to follow suit, too.
Cyril’s leading the charge for foreign investment.
Imagine a valley floor filled with a 150 km-long lake, wildlife including big horn sheep, cougars and rattlesnakes, rainfall of less than 30mm a year but with the greatest concentration of wineries and orchards you can imagine.
The controversial activist has been doing the rounds in South Africa, as part of her “investigation”.
The ultimate ‘Fear Factory’.
Oceanside Vancouver has proved to be a green, sophisticated city but it’s time to head east and go skywards in the Canadian Rockies.
With the men bundled out of the Champions Trophy and the women KO’d in the World Cup semis, we look at the fortunes of the only South African cricketers to win a global title in 2014.
We’re even seen more favourably than the USA. Thanks, Donald!
Live a little, why don’t you?
Have a look at some of the kiffest places to grab a dop, and satisfy your wanderlust.
The young South African firefighters sent to help the Canadians was the feel-good story of the week – but natonal pride soon turned to disappointment after a pay dispute sent them home
Senior management from Working on Fire left for Canada on Thursday evening to address the firefighters concerns.
The South African firefighters who were sent to Canada say they are being paid just $15 per day.